It is that time in your life, your 65th birthday is around the corner. Happy Early Birthday! Now is the time to start learning about Medicare and YOUR OPTIONS before the big day is here. It is an important decision, and it’s equally important to work with a professional to help you enroll into the right plan for you. We are here to help!
Here is a brief timeline to help you with the countdown to Medicare.
6 Months Before Your 65th Birthday
Become informed on the ABCDs of Medicare.
Do you qualify to receive Medicare?
I worked all my life, is Medicare Free?
What are the parts of Medicare? Do I need them all?
How to enroll, as well as how to avoid delays and penalties?
Review Primary Care Providers, Specialists, Hospitals, Prescription Drugs, Labs, Copays, Deductibles, Maximum-Out-of-Pocket exposure, Plan Star Ratings and more.
Review all the plans that suit your needs and lifestyle.
3 Months & Coming Up Fast
Enroll in original Medicare Part A and Part B
Receive your original Medicare Card
Schedule your personalized enrollment.
1 Month Prior to turning 65
Receive your private carrier Insurance Card
Confirm you are enrolled
Learn to maximize your benefits
1st of the month of your 65th Birthday
Complete the form below. You will receive a “What I Need to Know About Medicare” presentation in video and PDF format, both are yours to keep for free! We are here to help make your enrollment experience easy. We are here for you! Schedule your complimentary, obligation free consultation with Peter Orona, Licensed Agent. He will be in touch with you to discuss the next steps.
Happy 65th Birthday from ABCDMedicare.com
NOTE: This is a solicitation for insurance. By completing this form, and providing the information above you agree to have a Licensed Insurance Agent contact you via phone or email to discuss and answer your questions on Original Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement Insurance and/or Prescription Drug Plans.
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